Class 380 EMU at Drem on its first day
Rail Action Group East of Scotland
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East Linton Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historic East Linton

From the top down

A heritage DMU at East Linton station on a Dunbar to Edinburgh service in April 1964. Steam passenger services were still in operation at this period. Note the "Withdrawal of Passenger Services" notices on the end of the station building. (Photograph by Hamish Stevenson)

East Linton station looking west in April 1954 with an unidentified Gresley A4 approaching on the up line. (Photograph by Cecil JB Sanderson)

East Linton station looking east in April 1954 with a clear view of the ticket office and waiting room. (Photograph by Cecil JB Sanderson)

East Linton station looking east in April 1964. The bridge over the River Tyne (beyond the crossover) was washed away some 4 months after the line was opened in 1846. (Photograph by Hamish Stevenson)

East Linton station looking west in April 1964. (Photograph by Hamish Stevenson)

East Linton booking hall in April 1964. (Photograph by Hamish Stevenson)